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Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... his nose up at my 40 dirham cents. Looked as menacing as a skinny 16 year old can be bless him. Fooded in the square on some heavy gravied tagline and bits, all for about 7 pounds each? Word of warning, free refills of that amazing sweet mint tea will give you diabetes...or at least a buzz that will last a good length of time!! It's not 1:43am been a busy boy! ...
... in up to 4 languages! English however was a newer language to the country with the tourism for many years coming mainly from Europe. Dinner was as to be expected from a market square. We opted for a mix shiska plate , a pastilla (moroccan version of a pie) and the cous cous. We couldn't say it was the best meal we had eaten, we still weren't even sure what the different meats where, but it was extremely cheap (coming to about Aud10 including ...
... of the Marrakech Medina. In the mornings it has a large market selling medicinal plants, freshly squeezed orange juice, nuts and confectionary. But at night it really comes alive with pop up grill stands/restaurants, musicians, dancers and snake-charmers. We were quite hungry so headed to one of the grill stands for dinner. We got olives, chilli sauce, bread, vegetable couscous, mixed meat grilled skewers and yummy potato ...
... to sell us dinner yelled out "This place is ******* marvellous! I can guarantee you no diarrhoea for two years if you eat here!" As such, we didn't eat there. - One of the locals nicknamed Cam 'M&M', which I assumed was because of the chocolate, but it was instead because the thought Cam looked like 'Eminem'. Who is he kidding? - With Fanta being my soft drink of choice, I always try and order it instead on coca cola. But a lot of the time, they don't understand when I say ...
... started by Shaun and I putting on matching disposable underwear, that are a cross between a banana hammock and a thong which wasn't a good look for either of us. Then we go into a hot tiled room (the hammam) wearing only our mankinis, where a lady is waiting for us with a kids heart shaped plastic sand bucket and wearing oven mits that are made of the soft side of Velcro. Then you lay in your mankini on a slab of warm tiles and she stubs you with the oven mit and rinses you with ...
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